A couple of updates from the project blogs this week:
- The OU RISE team have done an admirable job of turning the table top scribbles from the Innovations in Activity Data 'world café' session into a series of diagrams that are easily decipherable (although they do *slightly* resemble the flying spaghetti monster if you only glance at them very quickly)
- The LIDP team have been writing about the process of analysing the data from the focus groups each participating institution ran and the blessing/curse of the amount of data those sessions produced. You can also read some earlier thoughts on the De Montfort focus groups which Marie blogged about back in June.
Next week the synthesis team will be reunited when we head to Leeds to run one of the ALT-C pre-conference workshop, 'Improving processes by using activity data', where we'll be joined by the geographically convenient Rob Moores who'll be sharing knowledge and experience from the Leeds Met STAR-Trak project with those who attend.